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Pansy Cool Wave White Flower

Original price was: £2.29.Current price is: £2.19.

The latest generation of specialist trailing Pansy, producing stunning displays of medium sized lightly scented flowers on vigorous trailing plants.

190 in stock

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Pansy Cool Wave White Flower

Pansy Cool Wave White Flower. The latest generation of specialist trailing Pansy, producing stunning displays of medium sized lightly scented flowers on vigorous trailing plants. Plants require no pinching and spread up to 60cm. The Pansy Cool Wave has exceptional over wintering performance and rebound after inclement weather that would usually damage other pansies. They are ideal for hanging baskets, hanging pots, window boxes, containers, landscaping and flower borders.

Cultivation Advice 

  • Provide partial to full sun for about 6 hours a day for best growth and flowering.
  • Choose a well-drained location with rich soil for optimal development.
  • Ensure the soil is well-draining and loamy, with a pH level around 6.0-6.2.
  • Mix in compost or organic matter before planting to improve soil structure and nutrient content.
  • Plant pansies in early spring or late summer for cooler climates.
  • Space plants about 6 to 8 inches apart to allow for spreading as they grow.
  • Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water deeply when the top inch of soil feels dry.
  • Avoid overhead watering to prevent fungal diseases; water at the base of the plant.
  • Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer at planting and then monthly to support healthy growth.
  • Follow the instructions on the fertilizer package to avoid over-fertilization.
  • Remove spent flowers regularly to encourage continuous blooming.
  • Trim back leggy or faded stems to promote a more compact and neat appearance.
  • Apply a layer of organic mulch around plants to retain moisture, regulate soil temperature, and suppress weed growth.
  • Ensure the mulch doesn’t touch the plant stems to prevent potential issues.
  • Pansies thrive in cool weather. In hot climates, provide partial shade during the hottest part of the day.
  • Protect plants from extreme cold by covering them with frost cloth or bringing containers indoors.
  • Monitor for pests like aphids or snails, and treat promptly with organic pesticides or natural remedies.
  • Keep an eye out for common diseases such as powdery mildew; proper airflow helps prevent fungal issues.
  • In milder climates, pansies can survive winter. Mulch around plants to protect roots and consider covering during freezing temperatures.
  • Pansies do well in containers. Use a potting mix suitable for flowering plants and ensure containers have drainage holes.
  • Water container plants more frequently as they can dry out faster.
  • Pair with other cool-season flowers or foliage plants like snapdragons or ornamental cabbage for an attractive display.
  • Consider mixing colors to create visually appealing arrangements in your garden beds or containers.
  • Monitor for signs of stress, nutrient deficiencies, or irregular growth patterns. Address issues promptly to maintain plant health.
  • Gently remove any yellowing or damaged leaves to promote better air circulation.
  • Adjust care routines as seasons change. Reduce watering in cooler months and increase it during warmer periods.
  • Protect plants from strong winds, especially during cooler seasons.
  • Test the soil before planting and amend it if necessary. Pansies prefer well-draining soil, so incorporate sand or perlite if the soil is too compact.
  • Ensure good soil aeration by loosening the soil with a garden fork before planting.
  • Use a soaker hose or drip irrigation to water at the base of the plants, allowing water to reach the roots directly.
  • Water early in the morning to reduce the risk of fungal diseases and to ensure efficient uptake by the plants.
  • Consider a fertilizer higher in phosphorus to promote flower production. Apply a liquid fertilizer diluted to half strength every 2-3 weeks.
  • Reduce fertilization during extremely cold or hot periods.
  • Regularly add a layer of compost around the plants, especially after flowering cycles, to replenish soil nutrients.
  • Avoid direct contact between the compost and plant stems to prevent potential rot or fungal issues.
  • In areas with strong winds, provide support or stake taller varieties of Cool Wave White to prevent damage to the stems.
  • Use stakes or small trellises discreetly inserted in the soil to support the plants if needed.
  • Encourage pollinators like bees by planting other flowers nearby to attract them.
  • Avoid using harsh chemical pesticides that may harm beneficial insects.
  • Gradually acclimate pansies to changing weather conditions by watering appropriately and providing protection during temperature shifts.
  • Monitor plants closely during transitions to prevent stress-related issues.
  • Conduct periodic soil tests to monitor pH levels and nutrient content. Adjust soil amendments based on test results to maintain optimal conditions.
  • Maintain proper spacing between plants to improve airflow, reducing the risk of fungal diseases.
  • Apply preventive organic fungicides or neem oil during periods prone to disease development.
  • Consider propagating new plants by taking cuttings from healthy specimens. Use rooting hormone and place cuttings in a moistened growing medium to encourage root growth.

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